Upcoming Seminars

Continuing Education:
Seminars are valid for 5 or 10 hours of continuing education. Please read each description closely to see the amount of CEU credits offered.  The CEU’s can be used to renew electrical licenses in all Maryland counties and the State of Delaware. Registrants must attend the full session(s) to receive a certificate for continuing education.

Understanding NEC Requirements for
Grounding vs Bonding, 2014

Seminar Description:
Grounding and bonding can be considered one of the most confusing areas in the electrical trade. Because proper grounding and bonding is essential to most power and safety issues, the topics covered in this seminar are vital to all professionals within the electrical industry.  Electricians, inspectors and engineers alike who deal with grounding and bonding can benefit from the clear explanation of the Code Articles and the practical application of the Code rules for their frequent grounding and bonding needs.

Location: Loyola University, Timonium Graduate Center

February 22, 2017
ELM Members – $125
Non-Members – $150 
Earn 5 CEU Credits

For more details and to register click here



Understanding NEC Requirement for Basic Motor Controls, 2014

Seminar Description:
This seminar will provide you with the tools necessary to understand common basic motor control circuits. Although it is designed to provide a foundation for electricians who are just beginning to learn about motor controls, the material is also useful to Journeyman and Master electricians for exam preparation. The presentation will include:

  • How to read a motor control drawing and wiring diagram
  • How NEC 2014 relates to motors and motor controls
  • All motor control starters, single and three phase

Location: CCBC Essex, Administration Building, Room 331

1 Day- March 4:
ELM Members: $125
Non-Members: $150 
Earn 5 CEU Credits
2 Days- March 4 & March 11
ELM Members: $250
Non-Members: $300
Earn 10 CEU Credits
For more details and to register click here
Please check back often as new courses are added regularly!